The Captain Marvel trailer we’ve been waiting for is here

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That's how you know it's set in the '90s!

Now that the trailer for Captain Marvel has hit the internet, we know who Nick Fury was calling.

Although details are pretty scarce at the moment, Marvel Studios' president Kevin Feige has previously said Captain Marvel will be the most powerful character they've introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far, which sounds pretty bloody exciting.

Another explanation for the pager differences could be as simple as them not being the same. That also explains why she had no hand in Infinity War, but she's poised to join the Avengers in some form in Avengers 4 next May.

The trailer details that Captain Marvel, whose real name is Carol Danvers, had a life on Earth before she became a bad guy-busting superhero. We're given the impression that he's talking to Captain Marvel, but why was he ready to give up before she came along?

Shortly after the trailer was released, Marvel also unveiled the film's poster on its official Twitter account, showing its Oscar-winning lead in a powerful stance while sporting the iconic superhero outfit her character is known for.

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Definitely noteworthy here is their use of Nick Fury.

And the tension-filled trailer ends with Captain Marvel saying: "I'm not what you think I am". The Skrulls are a shape-shifting race who have infiltrated Earth and secured the highest positions of power including, in some cases, taking the place of some major superheroes.

Fans of the Captain Marvel comic books will undoubtedly be pleased to see this costume feature make its way to the big screen.

Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr and more of the main cast members are not contracted to appear in movies beyond the fourth Avengers movie, the Infinity War sequel. We have two Captains to fight Thanos! After all, the MCU tagline is, "It's All Connected".

With Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck as directors, "Captain Marvel" will star Samuel L Jackson and Clark Gregg as younger versions of their familiar roles as Nick Fury and Phil Coulson.

March 2019 might seem like a long time to go, but with this teaser and a likely follow-up to keep us going, as well as a buttload of related Captain Marvel media, it should be here in no time at all.

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